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            Wednesday, September 17, 2014

—  You Berks                                           

The Scotish Secession Movement in 50 Word$

The stakes are enormous for both the unionists, who want to keep the kingdom together, and the nationalists, who dream of inheriting the oil wealth of the North Sea without sharing any of it with haughty Old Blighty. No one knows, or can even imagine accurately, what would follow secession. [More Words]

My sense is that if Scotland leaves G.B.,  it would have some effect on American attitudes about secession.  Can't say to what degree, but the very act would plant a winds of change sort of inevitability regarding the preferred (by many) secession of traditional American states from what is now a cesspool of lawlessness ruled by Liberal plantation owners; their crapload of illegals; and renegade judges.  However, since I value tradition, where it doesn't impact me,  I do hope that Scotland votes to  stay home on Thursday. 


            Scotland, FWIW Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 9/17/2014 07:47:00 AM | PERMALINK Back Link (7) | Send This Post | HOME


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The closer the presidential race gets, the louder the MSM declares that it’s over. And all this comes even as Clinton has had a terrible week—arguably her worst week ever, as the billowing smoke of financial scandal clouds herself and her family."

I read that the effect of Scotland leaving Britain would be like Cali leaving the US. Leave a more conservative Britain. I have no idea.
I've been to Scotland, and found the attitude of many there to be in line with my own, to wit, not in favor of an obscenely strong central gubmint. Certainly I wasn't talking to anybody in the dole line, however, so could be mistaken about that.

What worries me about Scottish succession is, it doesn't seem very well thought out. Failure to plan, is traditionally planning to fail. But on the other hand, winds of change have been blowing for a while now, what with various populist revolts in Eastern Europe telling Moscow to pi$$ off twenty-years or so ago, and the Kurds having de facto secceded from Iraq. Seems to me, we're lagging behind on the trend line on all of this......

Sir H the Comet
I value tradition ...

Hmmm, what exactly is the operative tradition here? American's should be sympathetic to other secessionists, given our own history. My primary concern is the impact on hiking West Highland Way in the near future.
tradition is the order of things one is accustom to.
Nutjob, You sound like California seceding would be a bad thing. Actually, the only thing bad about it is that the first, the VERY first thing they would do (and remember who their "Governor" is) would be to run whining to Washington DC, where common sense goes to die, for foreign aid. And lots and lots of it.

Don't ya' just love the way the 'progressive' establishment goes ape-shit over talk of Scotland (or Texas) seceding in a peaceful way but go into an absolute swoon over their muslim "freedom fighters".
Considering that we have more in common with the Scotts than most think, I have to say that I support their independence.
Long time no see, folks.
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